Isaiah 6:8

8 Then I heard the voice of the Lord saying, “Whom shall I send? And who will go for us?”And I said, “Here am I. Send me!”

Wednesday, September 6, 2017

A Jack Of All Trades

Here are the questions for this week's Wednesday Hodgepodge. Answer on your own blog, then hop back to Joyce's by clicking here to read everyone's responses.  If you want to you can add your link to the party. See you there!

From this Side of the Pond

1. When you think about your future what do you fear most? Hope for the most?  Retirement and retirement.  I am afraid I will stop like my dad did when I retire and I can't wait til May when I retire and can do the things I love to do.

2. September is National Chicken Month. How often is chicken on the menu at your house? What's a favorite dish made with chicken? What's something you're a 'chicken' about doing or trying?  we love Chicken and eat it at least once a week...sometimes more.  My favorite dishes with Chicken is Chicken in a pot (a Greek inspired dish) and Poppy Seed Chicken made by Mrs. Jean from my church....but I will pretty much eat chicken any way it is served.  I LOVE Chicken enchilada's with green sauce from Tres Hermanos too.  I have not perfected the recipe yet.  I am chicken about doing anything that involves extreme no bungee jumping, et al for me.

3. What are three things you don't own but wish you did?   A vintage mustang, a Gibson guitar like the one Emmy Lou Harris plays, and a house in the mountains.

4. Would you rather be a jack of all trades or a master of one? Elaborate.  If you answered one, which one?  I am like my father....he was a master electrician....but a Jack of all trades.  My dad could do anything and I am my father's daughter.

5. Ketchup or mustard? On what?  Both...on hamburgers and hotdogs....ketchup only on French fries....sometimes.

6.  Insert your own random thought here. Hurricane Irma is frightening me.  I still have family and friends in South Florida so I am concerned for their safety.  I am also saddened by the wildfires in Montana.  I have been to many of the places that are now burned to the ground.  The Historic Lodge in Glacier National Park was one of the things on my bucket list.  I am sad because it is no more.  I guess you should always do things when you have the chance and not wait.


Nonnie said...

Ooooh! Love your wish list. I'm really sad for all the areas that have been hit with such catastrophes. I wanted to go on the riverboat trip through the Columbia Gorge next year, but that doesn't look good either. We did visit Glacier Park a few years ago. What a shame.

Cranberry Morning said...

We're getting quite a string of natural disasters or near disasters. It's almost hard to imagine, sitting here comfortably in my home in Wisconsin, that so many are personally and severely affected by the fires, by Harvey, and possibly by Irma.

Debby@Just Breathe said...

Wishing you all the best in May! I'm glad that Irma is over. It is so sad to see the destruction. Also the fires are terrible. We are heading to Montana in a few weeks to visit with Amber and Dylan. I'm nervous about what we will see. All the beautiful land being burned. I'm praying they get rain.